ithout a doubt, a child’s room is private, exclusive, sometimes even a secret world, and perfect to place to hideaway by yourself or in company. Just like this attic room, inspired by a tree house. Here, furniture is simple and fucntional: a bed with padded headboard and bedframe, a sofa which in a mere second becomes a practical bed for sleepovers, large cushions to lean on and minimal bedside table and wardrobe with large cartoon-like doorknobs. Practical and fantastical, the perfect space to live out out all your dreams and adventures.
Three pieces one style
Extra-large, ultra-soft, cylindrical or spherical. Mix-and-match different shapes and sizes: kids like sitting on the floor and these cushions become fun and comfy seats.
Instead of the same old guest bed, go for this crisp and versatile sofa. Simply turn it into a bed by removing its back, and you can quickly put it back together again.
By adding an ironic accessory, you can turn the plainest of pieces into a fun design. Just like these large doorknobs, which can replace conventional handles, a fresh way to update a tired old wardrobe.